Rogue Amoeba is shipping an update for Detour, bringing it to version 1.0.1. Detour is a utility designed for controlling audio output level control. The update fixes a few bugs and also adds Japanese langugae support. According to Rogue Amoeba:
Rogue Amoeba Software has updates for three different pieces of software today.
First, the recently released audio routing tool Detour has been updated to version 1.0.1
With Detour, you can send iTunes music and DVD Player sound to an external set of speakers or headphones while keeping noises from iChat and other programs coming out of the computeris smaller built-in speaker. Keep your music distraction-free and never again be jarred out of a groove session.
New in Detour 1.0.1
- Japanese Localization
- Fixed a bug preventing some applications from being added to the redirect table, including Microsoft Office apps
- Fixed a bug that could cause iChat AV and other similar apps to crash when using Detour
You can find more information about the Detour update at the Rogue Amoeba Web site. Detour is available for US$12.00.